Finnkino Oy has selected Advertising Accord software developed by Unique Digital to drive their full conversion to DCP pre-show management and distribution, making Finnkino Media the only cinema advertising company in Finland. The new technology will enable them to supply pre-show content to 20 cinemas and 113 screens accounting for over 80 percent of the box-office admissions in the country.
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Moviegoers in India’s southeastern state of Andhra Pradesh will soon discover what it means to be truly immersed in sound. A hundred theaters will soon be equipped with Auro 11.1 by Barco sound technology. Two post-production and mixing facilities belonging to Ramanaidu Studios – all collaborating with film production company Suresh Productions – will install the certified Auro-3D Studio System.
Barco and its integration partner RCC Trading are currently working hard to convert all Nu Metro theaters fully digital by December.
Dcinex will install 113 Sony 4K digital cinema systems in Cinema Pink theatres in Turkey.
South African exhibitor Nu Metro is working with Arts Alliance Media to convert its 149 screens converted to digital cinema under AAM’s Virtual Print Fee model.
The Digital Cinema Distribution Coalition has gone live with the launch of its North American satellite and terrestrial digital distribution platform to 17,000 screens across 1,200 venues.
GDC Technology Limited is supplying the digital cinema servers with integrated media blocks for Cinemex’s circuit wide digital deployment.
Reading is the first movie exhibitor in Australia to install the Dolby Atmos cinema sound platform. The first Dolby Atmos film to play at Reading will be Marvel’s Thor: The Dark World, which will begin screening today at Reading Cinemas Waurn Ponds, Geelong, in the Titan XC Extreme Cinema.
Laser Light Engines, NEC Display Solutions and others will join in a series of digital cinema laser projection demonstrations the week of November 11 in Burbank, California.
In their effort to provide professional high-quality cinemas to Mongolian citizens, Cinema of Sound and Kinoton are building Standard Cinema Point theaters in Mongolia’s aimags (first-level administrative subdivisions), villages and city districts.